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Audi 93 6cyl were is thermostat do tv I take timing belt off

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No don't take off the timing belt off. find the top radiator hose follow it to where it attach to engine there should be a couple of bolts that hold the fitting on the thermostat is under the housing that holds the hose

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Should i replace audi 2008 a4 thermostat along with timing belt and water pump 120,000 miles


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If im getting the radiator leak fixed on audi a4 is it worth getting the timing belt done at the same time if needed?


If the radiator is being replaced, yes, it may be a good idea to do the timing belt and water pump as well as the thermostat at the same time. If your car is in the area of 80K miles, yes, for sure.

Once the radiator is removed it is much easier to do the timing belt so this will save you some labor costs.

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Where is the thermostat?


1993 Audi 90 2.8L SFI 6cyl - Thermostat: is located on the front of the motor under the timing cover, behind the timing belt. Usually this is replaced along with the timing belt job and the water pump.

If you follow the radiator hose up from the radiator on the right side it's up where it goes into/behind the cover.

I hope helps with this (remember arted this help) Good luck.

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